No mother should lose their newborn to easily preventable illnesses
Every year six million babies worldwide need assistance to breathe when they are born
Bringing together mothers, carers, families, and birth attendants to prioritise future research in maternal
We conduct high quality, collaborative, clinical research using low cost, innovative technologies
WELCOME TO SAfRI
Welcome Message from the Executive Director
It is with great hedonism and exultation that I welcome you to our titivated virtual home!
Research and innovations are ever evolving, and so is our duty to serve you with cutting edge services.
For the last eight (08) years, we’ve been pivotal in transforming the lives of mothers and their newborns in rural Uganda through research, innovations, technologies and promoting inspiring models of evidence based clinical practice in maternity care. We have, for instance, established an early pregnancy unit at Mbale regional referral hospital, developed researches in maternal and neonatal sepsis, postpartum hemorrhage, eclampsia in Uganda, initiated and strengthened collaborations with local, national and international organisations.
Who we are
“A World in which all women and children can enjoy high quality health care”
To improve Maternal, Newborn and Child Health especially among the poor, through high quality, collaborative clinical research particularly using low cost, innovative technologies. We work closely with local health care providers and government to strengthen the research capacity, and promote inspiring models of clinical practice
- PUBLIC NOTICE – DR. BENON WANUME
This is to inform the general public that DR. BENON WANUME is NOT our staff, whoever is dealing with him on matters concerning SAfRI does so […]
- 2020 GLOW Conference: “Implementing Respectful Care: the Science and the Practice”
The Global Women’s (GLOW) Research Society is a society for people interested in global maternal, newborn, child and reproductive health. The annual GLOW conference provides an […]
- CISMAC Webinar “Building multivariable models for epidemiological analyses”
We hereby invite you all to partake in CISMAC’s upcoming webinar this week. The webinar will take place on Wednesday (6th of May) at 13.30hrs Our […]
- Sanyu Africa midwives’ commonwealth Association (SAMCA)
Sanyu Africa midwives’ commonwealth Association (SAMCA) is an association formed by the midwives who have benefitted and attended midwifery fellowship in the United Kingdom under the […]